Sri Lanka Ayurveda holiday

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Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: Sri Lanka Ayurveda holiday


The hotel originally designed by local architect Geoffrey Bawa, famous for blending interior and exterior spaces, connecting buildings with the natural environment.

Winning many awards including Energy Efficiency Awards 2012 Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority & Ministry of Power & Energy 2012 - Silver Flame Award.


Supporting local craftsmen and women
The hotel is extremely proud of its unique craft workshop, which is very popular with guests.

Here you have the chance to see prestigious, award-winning craftsmen and women demonstrating traditional Sri Lankan crafts, from weaving and woodcarving to lace making and mask painting. You can even have a go yourself – creating a unique souvenir to take home with you!

There are also display cases in the crafts centre museum section showing examples of many other crafts, including lacquer ware, brassware, coconut carving and batik.

Due to time taken enjoying treatments excursions can be taken outside the hotel at set days and times, this provides an excellent opportunity to learn about local culture and traditions right inside the hotel.

And after seeing the artisans at work, you can buy their products in the shop. By doing this, you are helping to support the local craft After seeing the artisans at work, you can buy their products in the shop too.

The hotel crafts centre is a community development charitable initiative established to ensure that our age old traditions are kept alive for all of us and for generations to come. All of the profit from the items sold goes back to the craft makers and promoting their precious crafts industry.

If you wish, you can also make a contribution to the charity which directly support livelihood of the artisans. A certificate of appreciation will be awarded to you for your contributions.

Supporting local traditions
Sri Lanka has a long history of crafts, especially textiles. According to our history, when Prince Vijaya, the founder of Sri Lankan civilisation, arrived on the island in the sixth century BC, he found Princess Kuweni spinning cotton as he stepped ashore.

You can see the work of a Dumbara fabric weaver, bobbin lace makers, basket makers, woodcarvers and mask painters. They are all very happy to let you watch them at work, and you can even have a go yourself and take part in the crafts lessons for a small fee to cover the cost of materials. If you’re interested in this, register in the crafts shop.

Shop open: 9.00 am – 8.00 pm daily
Craft demonstrations: 10.00am – 4.30 pm daily
•Palm weaving
•Dumbara weaving
•Lace making
•Wood carving
•Mask painting

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